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post #19601 of 20827
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That looks really awesome dude! Great work. You inspire me to do a loop to new gpu one day.

I guess in my case I wont need distilled water for now. I'll just add the dye ti'll it looks like the red that I want it to be.

I mean the orginal liquid is already distilled water so theres no need for me to add more of that right.
Yes I think it is more than just distilled water , it has the required additives ( anti corrosion , anti algae etc ) .
I do recommend either EKoolant liquid or Mayhems , if you decide to go pastel ( they even do UV reactive liquids ) .
Thanks for the compliment , most kind of you smile.gifthumb.gif
post #19602 of 20827
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I have two courgar vortex fanson the bottom and I disabled the most forward one with no ill effect on my temps whatsoever. If I remove the upper HDD cage where will I put my 4 drives at? I am not using the stock 200mm fan in the front, but I do not remember what it is.
How many HDD or SSD is it?
If the top drive cage is not removed, changing the front fan will do little. As it is filled and blocking all slots. The HDD cage can mount another fan in front that can be angled.
Mounting inside the ODD bay another fan, wont get much intake, but will help circulate airflow or but in there the HDD drives, as you can get mounting kits for them. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I have two SSDs, two HDDs, a blu ray drive, and the Asus OC panel is occupying one external drive bay, which leaves two external drive bays open. I was thinking of mounting one or two 80mm fans in the remaining drive bays to help with air circulation but am not sure if that will help any.
As I mentioned (at least I think I did) I have a 140mm fan in that angled slot directly in front of the drive bays.

My other options are to add a slim 120mm fan behind the cpu after cutting out the hole in the door panel and/or cutting out a hole in the full window and adding a fan to that. I would rather not have to cut a hole in the full window because it looks really good as it is now and I don't want to spoil the view....lol.
Edited by Madmaxneo - 6/7/16 at 3:40pm
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post #19603 of 20827
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Yes I think it is more than just distilled water , it has the required additives ( anti corrosion , anti algae etc ) .
I do recommend either EKoolant liquid or Mayhems , if you decide to go pastel ( they even do UV reactive liquids ) .
Thanks for the compliment , most kind of you smile.gifthumb.gif

Sorry for asking again I'm really new to this whole water thing. I did order Ekoolant thought;) so you're saying that I need to drain it first? And use distilled water with my dye. Or can I just use the Ekoolant with the existing liquid in there beceuse that would be easier..

Nevermind I'm stupid like you said it already has anti corrosive / anti algae in there most likely so I'll just add my dye to it. I'll likely be changing it anyway within a year when 1080ti comes out. Can't wait to do same as you! It looks so good man.
Edited by stephen427 - 6/8/16 at 1:07am
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post #19604 of 20827
I was hoping the pump would quiet down when the loop has been runnin for a week but I can still constantly hear it eventho its running 1500 rpm hell even at the lowest 1200 its audible, is that normal? Dont think there is any air bubbles, but I quess it`s to be expected that it cant be totally inaudible.
Edited by outofmyheadyo - 6/10/16 at 11:12am
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Quick question, would a H240X pump be able to push through a CPU, GPU, mobo VRM and and a Black Ice Nemesis 280GTS® XFLOW Slim rad (280mm)? Right now I don't have the VRMs in the loop and am running a 140mm rad. Would the VRM and extra 140mm of rad be pushing the limit?
    
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post #19606 of 20827
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Quick question, would a H240X pump be able to push through a CPU, GPU, mobo VRM and and a Black Ice Nemesis 280GTS® XFLOW Slim rad (280mm)? Right now I don't have the VRMs in the loop and am running a 140mm rad. Would the VRM and extra 140mm of rad be pushing the limit?

Not a problem at all. You really aren't adding anything restrictive.
post #19607 of 20827
So having switched from 2x random fractal 140mm casefan to 2x F140MP on my 280rad, temps stayed exactly the same, not a single degree better, 40€ well spent specool.gif
Edited by outofmyheadyo - 6/11/16 at 8:52am
post #19608 of 20827
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So having switched from 2x random fractal 140mm casefan to 2x F140MP on my 280rad, temps stayed exactly the same, not a single degree better, 40€ well spent specool.gif

That's odd. As initially stated, the difference wouldn't be dramatic, but there should be at least a couple of degrees difference. Have you set up the fan curves?
post #19609 of 20827
There is no curve, it stays right where I can barely hear it and that`s 1500rpm, anything higher is of no use since I dont want to hear it.
But since I have all the h320x2 fans and casefans plugged to cpu and cpu_opt they all run off the percentage of the pump-s rpm wich is set to 1500
post #19610 of 20827
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There is no curve, it stays right where I can barely hear it and that`s 1500rpm, anything higher is of no use since I dont want to hear it.
But since I have all the h320x2 fans and casefans plugged to cpu and cpu_opt they all run off the percentage of the pump-s rpm wich is set to 1500

Ah, so, basically you are replacing limited airflow with the same limited airflow. Where you would see the difference is in higher rpm. Using the same amount of airflow through a rad won't change the performance regardless of what fan is producing the airflow. The pump being at it's minimum isn't helping your cause, either.
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